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'Saturday Night Live': Quvenzhane Wallis as Pope skit is Kevin Hart's best

3 March 2013 | 6:28 am Kevin Hart had plenty of great skits during his time hosting "Saturday Night Live," but his best was arguably Jason Sudeikis' "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer" sketch. In it, the new Pope is allegedly named, and it's not who anyone expected. In a strange twist of events, 9-year-old Oscar nominee Quvenzhane Wallis — played by Hart, of course — becomes the first African American and first …

Kevin Hart Covers Ebony, Talks Getting Serious, His "Lying Period" and Why He Never Makes Gay Jokes

2 March 2013 | 11:22 pm Kevin Hart has opened up about what makes him tick. "Regardless of how much I joke and play around, my family and my lady don't respect that about me," the increasingly…

TV Review: 'SNL': How'd Kevin Hart do?

2 March 2013 | 11:12 pm Only three actual comedians have hosted SNL this season — Louis C.K., Martin Short, and Jamie Foxx. And Foxx only half counts, since he's better known these days as an Oscar-winning Serious Actor than as a sketch comedian and stand-up who starred in 100 episodes of his very own sitcom.

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WATCH: Kevin Hart Talks Run-In With Homeless Guy in "SNL …

3 March 2013 | 4:57 am VIDEO: Kevin Hart SNL opening monologue – March 2013. Hart talked about a run-in with a homeless guy and once having auditioned for SNL. WATCH here!

Oh No They Didn't! – SNL Post: Kevin Hart

3 March 2013 | 4:21 am Sneak Peek of the sketch lineup here: (Link if you dont want to be spoiled) Quick Gifs & Caps: Or just search the #snl tag on

Who Is Kevin Hart's Girlfriend? | Celebrity News & Style for Black …

2 March 2013 | 8:40 pm Kevin Hart's girlfriend is named Eniko. Check out this beautiful gallery of the lady in Kevin's lavish life.

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  • Who Are Some Of Your Favourite Artists Who Went Solo From Bands Or Duos? I’m going to say

    Kevin Mitchell as Bob Evans (Jebediah)
    Ella Hooper (Killing Heidi, The Verses)
    Kay Hanley (Letters to Cleo)
    Juliana Hatfield (Blake Babies)
    Tanya Donnelly (Belly, The Breeders, Throwing Muses)
    Kristin Hersh (Throwing Muses)
    Aimee Mann (‘Til Tuesday, The Young Snakes)
    Sammy Hagar (Montrose, Van Halen)
    Ryan Adams (Whiskeytown)
    Jimmy Barnes (Cold Chisel)
    James Reyne (Australian Crawl)
    John Lennon (The Beatles)
    Paul McCartney (The Beatles)
    Sarah McLeod (The Superjesus)
    Tom Cochrane (Red Rider)
    Angie Hart (Frente!, Splendid)
    Nina Gordon (Veruca Salt)
    Noel Gallagher (Oasis)
    Bryan Ferry (Roxy Music)
    Glenn Frey (The Eagles)
    Joe Walsh (The Eagles)
    Don Henley (The Eagles)
    Sting (The Police)
    Neil Young (Buffalo Springfield, Stills, Nash & Young)
    Stephen Stills (Buffalo Springfield, Stills, Nash & Young)
    Elvis Costello (Elvis Costello & the Attractions)
    Robbie Williams (Take That)
    Katie Noonan (George)
    Marc Hunter (Dragon)
    Mark Williams (Dragon)
    Benjamin Orr (The Cars)
    Ric Ocasek (The Cars)
    Daryl Braithwaite (Sherbet)
    Charlotte Hatherley (Ash)
    Ian Hunter (Mott the Hoople)
    Deborah Harry (Blondie)
    Stevie Nicks (Fleetwood Mac)
    Peter Frampton (Humble Pie)
    Steve Marriott (The Small Faces, Humble Pie)
    Rod Stewart (The Faces)
    Ann Wilson (Heart)
    Amanda Wilkinson (The Wilkinsons)
    Gram Parsons (The Byrds)
    Darius Rucker (Hootie & the Blowfish)
    Paul Weller (The Jam, The Style Council)
    Belinda Carlisle (The Go-Gos)
    Joan Jett (The Runaways)
    Randy Bachman (The Guess Who, Bachman Turner Overdrive)
    Burton Cummings (The Guess Who)
    Eric Clapton (The Yardbirds, Cream)
    John Waite (The Babys, Bad English)
    Dennis Wilson (The Beach Boys)
    Chris Cornell (Soundgarden)

    There are more but I can’t think of them at the moment. lol

  • Part 2: Which Of These WCW Matches Do You Like? Last time I did the Part 1 of WCW matches 1-20. Now I’m doing the Part 2 of WCW matches 21-40.

    21. The Midnight Express vs. The Rock & Roll Express WrestleWar (2/25/ 1990)

    22. Ric Flair vs. Terry Funk NWA World Heavyweight Championship The Great American Bash (7/23/1989)

    23. Ric Flair vs. Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat WCW Saturday Night (5/15/1994)

    24. Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat vs. “Ravishing” Rick Rude Iron Man Challenge match Beach Blast (6/20/1992)

    25. Four Horsemen vs. Sting, The Steiner Brothers and “Flyin” Brian Pillman WarGames match WrestleWar (2/24/1991)

    26. Big Van Vader vs. Cactus Jack Texas Deathmatch Halloween Havoc (10/24/1993)

    27. Sting & Lex Luger vs. The Steiner Brothers WCW World Tag Team Championship SuperBrawl (5/19/1991)

    28. Chris Benoit vs. “Taskmaster” Kevin Sullivan Falls Count Anywhere match The Great American Bash (6/16/96)

    29. Eddie Guerrero vs. Shinjiro Otani Starrcade (12/27/1995)

    30. “Flyin” Brian Pillman vs. Johnny B. Badd Fall Brawl (9/17/95)

    30.5. Bret “Hitman” Hart vs. Chris Benoit WCW Monday Nitro (10/4/1999)

    31. Big Van Vader vs. Ric Flair WCW World Heavyweight Championship Starrcade (12/27/1993)

    32. Chris Benoit vs. Raven Raven’s Rules Match Souled Out (1/24/1998)

    33. Chris Benoit vs. Chris Jericho Fall Brawl (9/15/1996)

    34. Sting vs. Big Van Vader WCW World Heavyweight Championship The Great American Bash (7/12/1992)

    35. Ultimo Dragon vs. Dean Malenko J-Crown Championship and WCW Cruiserweight Championship Starrcade (12/29/1996)

    36. Ric Flair vs. Hulk Hogan WCW World Heavyweight Championship Bash at the Beach (7/17/1994)

    37. Dangerous Alliance vs. Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat, “The Natural” Dustin Rhodes & Nikita Koloff 2 out of 3 Falls match WCW Saturday Night (5/23/1992)

    38. “The Natural” Dustin Rhodes vs. Bunkhouse Buck Bunkhouse Brawl Spring Stampede (4/17/1994)

    39. Chris Jericho vs. Ultimo Dragon WCW Cruiserweight Championship Bash at the Beach (7/13/1997)

    40. Chris Jericho vs. Eddie Guerrero WCW Cruiserweight Championship Fall Brawl (9/14/1997)

    I did the Part 2 of WCW matches 21-40. Next time I’m doing the Part 3 of WCW matches 41-60.

  • Anushk says:

    Who Are The Top 5 Most Paid Wwe Wrestlers? I know that the rock is the highest paid but who are other 4 after him…you can tell me top 10 paid if u wnt to.

    • Curator says:

      1. The Rock ($80 Million)
      2. Steve Austin ($45 Million)
      3. John Cena ($35 Million)
      4. The Big Show ($30 Million)
      5. Triple H ($25 Million)
      6. Kurt Angle ($20 Million)
      7. Chris Jericho ($18 Million)
      8. Shawn Michaels ($17 Million)
      9. The Undertaker($16 Million)
      10. Mick Foley ($15 Million)
      11. Bret Hart ($14 Million)
      12. Edge ($14 Million)
      13. Sting ($13 Million)
      14. Brock Lesnar ($12.5 Million)
      15. Goldberg ($12 Million)
      16. Batista ($10 Million)
      17. JBL ($9 Million)
      18. Rey Mysterio ($8.5 Million)
      19. Kevin Nash ($8 Million)
      20. C M Punk ($7.5 Million)

  • Justin roton says:

    The Greatest Wrestling Tournament Of All Time (WWE,WWF,WCW,TNA)all In Their Prime? I will include all the greatest wrestlers from the greatest federations this is a bracket im making to determine the greatest champion of all time!!!! you pick the winners and the winners will move on to face each other in round two.
    John Cena vs. Brett Hart
    The Rock vs. Randy Savage
    Ric Flair vs. Triple H
    Undertaker vs. Goldberg
    Stone Cold vs. Andre the Giant
    Big Show vs. Chris Jericho
    Jeff Hardy vs. Randy Orton
    Brock Lesner VS. Kane
    Eddie Guerrero vs. Sting
    Cm Punk vs. Edge
    Kevin Nash vs. Mick Foley
    Hulk Hogan vs. Shawn Micheals
    Chris Benoit vs. Mr Perfect
    Roddy Piper vs. Owen Hart
    i do not consider Kurt Angle a legend or Batista sorry

    • Curator says:

      1. Bret “Hitman” Hart
      2. “Macho Man” Randy Savage
      3. Ric Flair
      4. That’s a Tough one. I Choose Goldberg
      5. Stone Cold Steve Austin
      6. Chris Jericho
      7. Jeff Hardy
      8. Brock Lesnar
      9. Sting
      10. CM Punk
      11. Kevin Nash
      12. Hulk Hogan
      13. Chris Benoit
      14. Owen Hart

  • WCW One Night Only Dream Match? This is Strictly Kayfabe and This is a Dream match too. Who would win these dream match card? All these WCW Wrestlers in there Primes.

    Pre Match: Four Way Dance match
    Konnan (Late 90’s) vs. Buff Bagwell (Late 90’s) vs. Raven (Late 90’s)

    Match 1: WCW World Television Championship
    Chris Jericho (Mid 90’s) vs. “Flyin” Brian Pillman (Early 90’s)

    Match 2: Four Way Dance Tag Team match for the WCW World Tag Team Championship
    Road Warriors (Late 80’s) vs. The Steiner Brothers (Early 90’s) vs. Harlem Heat (Mid 90’s) vs. The Outsiders (Mid 90’s)

    Match 3: Tag Team match
    Team Mexico: Rey Mysterio, Jr. (Mid 90’s) and Eddie Guerrero (Mid 90’s) vs. Team Japan: Ultimo Dragon (Mid 90’s) and Jushin “Thunder” Liger (Early 90’s)

    Match 4: Four Way Dance Elimination match for the WCW Cruiserweight Championship
    Psicosis (Mid 90’s) vs. Juventud Guerrera (Mid 90’s) vs. Billy Kidman (Late 90’s) vs. The Great Muta (Late 80’s)

    Match 5: Submission match
    Chris Benoit (Mid 90’s) vs. Dean Malenko (Mid 90’s) (Special Guest Referee: “The Taskmaster” Kevin Sullivan)

    Match 6: Dog Collar match
    Big Van Vader (Early 90’s) vs. The Giant (Mid 90’s)

    Match 7: Falls Count Anywhere Match
    Cactus Jack (Early 90’s) vs. Terry Funk (Late 80’s)

    Match 8: 8-Man Tag team match
    Team Steamboat: Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat (Late 80’s), “The Natural” Dustin Rhodes (Early 90’s), Ron Simmons (Early 90’s) and Curt Hennig (w/Dusty Rhodes and Missy Hyatt) (Late 90’s) vs. Dangerous Alliance: “Ravishing” Rick Rude, “Stunning” Steve Austin, “Beautiful” Bobby Eaton and Larry Zbyszko (w/Paul E. Dangerously and Madusa)

    Match 9: Handicap Cage match match:
    Lex Luger (Late 80’s) vs. Arn Anderson (Late 80’s) and Barry Windham (Late 80’s)

    Match 10: 2 out of 3 Falls match for the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship
    Bret “Hitman” Hart (Late 90’s) vs. Lance Storm (Early 2000’s)

    Match 11: Mixed Tag Team Match
    Macho Man Randy Savage (Mid 90’s) and Miss Elizabeth (Mid 90’s) vs. Diamond Dallas Page (Late 90’s) and Kimberly (Late 90’s)

    Match 12: 30 Minute Iron Man Challenge
    “Hollywood” Hulk Hogan (Mid 90’s) vs. Goldberg (Late 90’s)

    Main Event: WCW World Heavywight Championship
    Ric Flair (NWA/WCW Late 80’s) vs. Sting (Surfer Version or Crow Version)

    What do you think about WCW One Night Only Dream match card? Rate if you like to 0/5.
    I Meant Who would/will win this match?
    @Sarthak Nanda I can’t Do WCW Battle Royal Anymore because my Battle Royal was Delete.

    • Curator says:

      Pre-show- WINNER: raven. i chose him because he is the only main-eventer in this match.
      1) WINNER: chris jericho. no disrespect to pillman as he was also a great in-ring worker but jericho is one of the best mid-carder ever so, he should rule the mid-card.
      2) WINNERS: the outsiders.all teams are legendary so, i chose the team with maximum success, max. backstage power & the team who truly deserve the credit of the destruction of wcw tag team division.
      3) WINNERS: rey mysterio & eddie guerrero. at least company would want something from the mexican market.
      4) WINNER: the great muta. i don’t know why u included a star like the great muta in the cruiserweight division? even if u combine the star-power of all the other 3-men in this match they won’t evn reach the half of the star power of the great muta.
      5) WINNER: chris benoit. this is a 5-star match. 2 of the best in-ring technicians of all time. but benoit will be the face in this match because taskmaster will try his best to screw him but in the end benoit will win.
      6) WINNER: vader. apart from his push in his debut the giant became a jobber in wcw but vader was always in the main event. so, vader should win this one.
      7) WINNER: terry funk. both the hardcore legends, right? i respect funk for his in-ring abilities so winner is funk. although foley was also amazing in the ring.
      8) WINNERS: team steamboat. wcw will once again screw dangerous alliance.
      9) WINNER: lex luger. in 1980’s luger was like a super-hero who can beat anyone(i wasn’t born at that time knowledge from wikipedia) so, luger will teach a lesson to the horsemen.
      10) WINNER: bret hart. another stupid combination. i suggest u replace luger in the above match by ole anderson & let hart face luger then it will be the one to use some brains.
      11) WINNERS: randy savage & miss elizabeth. savage is an all-time great & the same is the case with elizabeth. DDP is great but kimberly will just come to a level of very good but still a good combination.
      12) WINNER: draw with 2-2.the management can’t afford to let goldberg lose whereas hogan’s ego won’t allow him to lose to anyone. so, they end up having a draw.
      13) WINNER: sting. stinger was “the franchise” of wcw & one of my favourites. flair also was a great draw but there is one thing u watched wcw during the nwo storyline in a hope that a hero will jump out of nowhere & beat the crap out off the nwo don’t u? sting all alone managed to get victories over the wwf during the monday night wars so, sting is theundoubted champion.
      the card gets a 4.5/5 from me.
      have u forgotten about the wcw battle royal?

  • Hbk123 says:

    Wrestlers And Promoters? Alright here is my question. Which promoter do you believe had the nack of dealing with pro wrestlers egos, money management and most of all keeping them happy. The top three in the long run that had success were vince mchamon, paul heyman and eric bischoff, Vince i would say had the most success given the fact that he had mega stars he had to deal with in different eras, creating them and bringing out their star power, hogan, savage, bret hart, shawn Micheals, undertaker, rock. hhh, steve austin, john cena etc, bischoff had only one grown super star he help catered Bill goldberg, sting and ric flair were already establish stars before he got that and the luchadors/cruiser weights where their for the excitement but he never really establish story lines nor star power behind them, paul heyman had the same trend as vince but not as big due to his financial status, mickey foley, rob van dam, sabu, sandman, tommy dreamer, taz,

    Who had a better understanding and handle on their wrestlers, If Vince Mchanon had the opportunity right now to have his best wrestlers come in, in their prime whether their old now or dead how do you think he would balance it, what results would we get would it be good, example of what I speak of : Hulk Hogan, Macho Man Randy Savage, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Ric Flair, Bret Hart, Shawn Micheals, Ultimate Warrior, Undertaker, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, HHH, Kurt Angel, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, Sting, Lex Luger, Yokozuna, Mr perfect, Andre the Giant, Goldberg, All these superstars and countless others, in todays wrestling, would he be able to manage,

    If these wrestlers were activated, alive and in their primer would you like to see quite possibly some of the best wrestling of all time.

    • Curator says:

      Yeah, the best promoter of all time is those three.

      But, I think Vince McMahon is the best out of them all. Because Vince had created more gimmicks combined. Vince is the creator of Hogan’s and Austin’s gimmick. He also created The Undertaker’s gimmick. Some might say Vince copied that. But, in my book, no he doesn’t. He took a gimmick then modernized it and made it better. Just like Ric Flair did with Buddy Rogers, by modernizing his Nature Boy gimmick. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with doing that.

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